Most emotional watersheds ARE about a mother, or father, spouse, partner, brother, sister, grandparent, grandchild, niece, nephew, etc. But not mine. Not this one anyway. Mine is about tater tot hotdish.
Natalie Portman’s performance is one of her best. She’s effusive in her desperation, her love, her anger, and her isolation. Sometimes all at the same time. She dangles her character Celeste precariously over the edge of an emotional abyss only she can see. And Celeste wishes desperately the rest of the characters around her–her sister,Read more…“Vox Lux” Review
“You Were Never Really Here” is difficult to watch. No doubt. I don’t want to “explain” the movie to anyone. Doesn’t seem productive or even possible with a film like this. But I do want to offer one particular way of watching/experiencing it. Joe is a guy who is struggling. The only language he knows forRead more…“You Were Never Really Here” Review